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The 2010 NFL preseason betting campaign wrapped up its first week of play on Monday night. The recap for several teams isn't a pretty one, as is usually the case for the opening game of the year. But here at Bang the Book, we've got you covered for all of the most important news and notes from around the NFL.
Preseason NFL betting action kicks off its first full week of play on Thursday night, and Bang the Book has the NFL lines analyzed for your ideal play in the game between the Dallas Cowboys and Oakland Raiders in “Big D.”
NFL betting fans have been looking forward to this one since Super Bowl XLIV was completed, and kickoff is finally here! NFL preseason betting action finally kicks off on Sunday night at Fawcett Stadium in Canton, OH, as the Dallas Cowboys meet the Cincinnati Bengals in the annual Hall of Fame Game.
Preview of the NFC East on the 2010 NFL betting lines.
The Dallas Cowboys will play their first game in their $1.15 billion dollar stadium on Friday as they host the Tennessee Titans in a preseason matchup that can be seen on Fox television. It is likely to be a rare occasion where the stadium gets more of the publicity than the game. “I had heard everybody saying it’s big and da-da, da-da,” receiver Roy Williams. “Then (I) finally saw it with my own eyes and it’s the greatest thing on earth.”
This week gave me plenty to rant about with all of the free agent moves in the NBA and the Dallas Cowboys looking like fools. This week there has been plenty of noise made in the free agent market. The …
There is plenty to rant about in the sports world with all of the great games and players but most of my rants this week are about off the field actions. The rants will cover Jerry Jones and why his …
The final game of the regular season takes place this Sunday with a classic NFC East battle for playoff hopes. Week 17 promises to hold a number of exciting games with teams battling for postseason positions with the Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles game being no different. Despite a loss last week, Dallas is still one win away from sealing a playoff birth. Philadelphia actually controlled their own destiny a week ago, but a loss to the Redskins ruined the majority of their chances.
The Dallas Cowboys will look to close out Texas Stadium with a win on Saturday night as they host the Baltimore Ravens in a game televised on the NFL Network. The Cowboys have been in Texas Stadium for 38 years but this will be their last home game unless somehow the #6 seed in the playoffs would make it to the NFC Championship game and play Dallas. Next season the Cowboys are moving into a new stadium in Arlington.
The New York Giants have already clinched the NFC East and they look to earn the right for home field advantage throughout the playoffs. The Giants have a first round bye in the playoffs and they play a Dallas Cowboys team that is in dire need of a victory to keep their playoff hopes alive. The Cowboys are in a battle for perhaps the final wildcard position in the NFC and a loss would really hurt their chances. The Giants were upset last week by the Eagles and are ready to bounce back against the hungry Cowboys.